Wade Vetter was born in Devils Lake ND, on Sept. 3, 1964, and went to his eternal home on July 14, 2018, from Trinity Hospital in Minot, ND, where he had been treated for a head injury following a bicycle/automobile accident in Devils Lake.

Wade Vetter was born in Devils Lake ND, on Sept. 3, 1964, and went to his eternal home on July 14, 2018, from Trinity Hospital in Minot, ND, where he had been treated for a head injury following a bicycle/automobile accident in Devils Lake. IN MEMORIAM: Because Wade had previously expressed his wishes there be no funeral service upon his passing, a Memorial Service will be held at the First Methodist Church in Devils Lake on Saturday, Sept. 1 at 2 p.m. The following afternoon, Sunday, Sept. 2 beginning at 2 p.m., his many friends are invited to gather at Roosevelt Park for “WADE’S WORLD - a Celebration of Life.” He was a lifelong resident of Devils Lake and was preceded in death by; his parents, Wendlen and Agnes Vetter. Wade is survived by; his dad, Evan Heustis of Devils Lake; his brother, Waun Vetter (Debann), Fisher, Minn.; and several aunts and uncles, Ronnie Vetter (Judy), Harvey, ND, Beverly Weber (Dan), Clifford Bjerke, Wadena, MN, Bernese Larson, Gillette, Wyo., and Darrel Bjerke, Jamestown, ND. He leaves behind; his extended family, Helen Heustis Millard (Philip), Ft. Collins, Colo., Tom and Kara Heustis, Bismarck, ND, Neil Heustis (Mona), Parker, CO, Ruth Heustis, Wellington, CO, Daniel Valdez, West Fargo, ND, and Gabriel Trevino, Minneapolis, MN. Wade graduated from Central High School in Devils Lake and the Automotive Course at LRSC along with the Armstrong Floor Covering School. This avid knife collector also created “art” knives from various materials such as deer antlers and old bones. He worked for various business enterprises in Devils Lake, the last being Flatlanders of Devils Lake. Wade is remembered by an amazing number of friends. He was willing to give anyone a hand who needed it and expected nothing in return. Known for his sense of humor, his ability to make people laugh endeared him to both young and old. The most common comment from his friends and acquaintances is: “He made me laugh!” Because of his absence, the world will be a less happy place.